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Yep! Here's my first audio work, and despite the ragged edges and whatnot, I'm quite happy with how it turned out. This will hopefully be more frequent in the future, and compliment the written reviews. Check my written review for Winnie the Pooh here;
Added by nkWhiteStar on August 27, 2011 at 1:31pm — No Comments
I missed out on this film in the cinemas last Spring, where it sadly had a very short release time. But thankfully, this week saw its DVD release, and I was able to sit down and take in the return of a childhood legend. And joy of joys, Disney has outdone themselves.
The story couldn't be simpler. We are introduced to the unmistakable…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on August 24, 2011 at 1:56pm — No Comments
Well, as I get things together to start the audio reviews, I decided to talk a bit about the great webside here. :) Now only to show where my written reviews began at, but also to let others know of how cool and fun things here are. ;) It's still very rough, but hopefully things will improve with the videos over time,…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on August 24, 2011 at 6:23am — No Comments
Yep, after locating some audio software this evening, I will be providing an audio review, as well as thewritten reviews. :) They won't last too long, and will probably begin as being rather poor. But it is something I would like to try out.
Here is just a test video, where you can at least hear how I sound, lol :P Hopefully I'll have more up…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on August 22, 2011 at 4:55pm — No Comments
Disney and Pixar Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter unveiled the new projects during the D23 expo for Disney fans in Anaheim south of Los Angeles.
Neither of the films, which will follow next year’s “Brave” and “Monsters University” due out in summer 2013, have titles yet, but the first will…
Cowboys, and aliens, in the same film. The newest of an ever-increasing list of cross-genre films coming out lately. It certainly did catch my interest in the trailer and posters, (over the very long advertising campaign) and with the right team behind it, could have been spectacular. However here, it's left me pretty deflated. A pity, when a lot of the elements had been set up…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on August 21, 2011 at 12:31pm — No Comments
Okay, this is a film I should have seen in the cinema near the begining of this year, but due to some poor planning ahead, and seeing Limitless, I missed out on it. Which aparrently from seeing it today, was a big mistake. Source Code, just like Super did, impressed me a lot more than I was expecting.
It begins with our main character (Jake Gyllenhaal)…Continue
A fond greeting to you all once again. :) Today, I am begining a new titled blog entry, and this will from now on, accommodate reviews for films that I rent or see on tv that are best summarised. So even though the reviews will be short, there will be more films to talk about. Thos first entry is a poor one at first sight, but hang on... the third film is well worth hearing about. ;) So, ket us begin:
Added by nkWhiteStar on August 17, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
And so we enter the halfway point of August, and yet we still get outstanding blockbusters! This may only be my first year doing movie reviews but wow, what a year to begin in. And that trend continues with the latest reincarnation of the Planet of the Apes franchise, which leads me to my first point -…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on August 12, 2011 at 4:28pm — No Comments
Another cinematic release here in Ireland that takes place many weeks after the U.S. release, so once again, my apologies if this is old news for some. I'll try to give this some new viewpoints, of which there is at least one interesting point at the end.
This is J.J. Abrams nod of significance to Steven Spielberg, and his iconic movies of the…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on August 10, 2011 at 7:07pm — No Comments